"Why Physics (still) Lacks Diversity," by Michael Kilburn

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The lack of diversity in physics is a known problem, and yet efforts to change our demographics have only had minor effects during recent decades. What do we mean by “diversity”? Why is it important? Why haven’t our efforts been successful? Research from all STEM fields will be presented as we explore reasons for the lack of diversity at different academic levels, and reveal barriers that blind us to excellence.

Join us as we stream this talk online via our Youtube Channel (unlimited viewers) and Zoom (limited to 100 viewers. Meeting ID is 724-722-144).

Sponsored by the Department of Physics